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Thompson Chain-Reference Study Bible KJV
For those who want to read the Bible in the version many of us grew up with.
(1611) The most popular translation ever produced, this Bible was done during the reign and at the urging of King James the First of England. 47 scholars, divided into 6 groups, worked on this translation. Based largely on the Bishop's Bible, many Hebrew and Greek texts were also studied as well as all other available English translations, to insure the best results. By choosing men of many different theological and educational backgrounds, it was hoped individual prejudices of the translators could be minimized. Printed in a handy size and in clear type, the KJV was supposed to please clergy and congregation alike. Despite initial resistance, the KJV became and still is the largest selling translation of the Bible.
-Regular Size: 7in. x 9.5in. x 1.5in.
-Font size: 8 point
-Words of Christ in red
-Alphabetical and Numerical Topical Index
-Bible harmonies and illustrated studies
-Over 100,000 topical references and over 8,000 chain topics
-16 pages of full-color maps and an updated archaeological supplement
-Outline studies of each book of the Bible as well as Bible character studies